Meet Butch Quick, a reluctant tough guy with a bad attitude and a talent for trouble. If the job is too dirty or dangerous for anyone else, then Butch is your man.
When Butch repossesses a vintage 1968 Mustang from a neighborhood troublemaker, he uncovers a dark secret that tangles him up with a local drug kingpin and his army of moronic goons, a foul-mouthed macaw, and a dangerous woman named Honey.
"You just gotta like Brian Knight's jack-of-all trades tough guy, Butch Quick. Butch is a muscle-bound Sad Sack, a big-hearted lug of an actual nice guy who just can't get a break. Whatever can go wrong will go wrong. More please!" Paul Bishop, author of Fight Card: Felony Fists
They found her at a roadside diner outside the small Idaho town of Clearwater, drugged and abandoned, with no memory of who she is or where she came from.
But was she a miracle?
She inspires violence with her presence, madness with a touch. As her health improves and her memories return, the hot Clearwater summer becomes increasingly strange and violent. Insanity infects the small town, a shadowy figure lurking in the woods deals death, and no one is safe.
“The author of Dragonfly and Feral shows his skill at small-town horror." Library Journal.